The Danish Library Association has always had a strong focus on the international library community and on lobbying for libraries internationally.
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THE DLA acts internationally through three main channels representing three levels of action.
On a global level, DLA is a member of the IFLA. On a European level, the DLA is one of the founders of EBLIDA and finally on a subregional level, the DLA works in partnership with the other Nordic library associations.
Download DLA International Strategy (in danish)
http://www.ifla.org - was established in 1927 with the overall aim to lobby for academic libraries and their continuous development, e.g. for library legislation and strategies, relevant copyright issues as well as professional guidelines and standards. Today, IFLA represents all types of libraries as reflected by its many professional sections.
IFLA Governing Board
Mr. Knud Schulz
http://www.eblida.org - was established in the 1990’s as a means to promote the copyright interests of libraries in the European Union (EU). Its aim is to counterbalance the EU’s predominantly commercial approach to copyright matters. However, EBLIDA also deals with other relevant issues, such as the need for joint European ICT-related strategies in the area of libraries, support for national reading campaigns and grass root activities.
EBLIDA Executive Board
Mr. Steen B. Andersen, DLA president
The third level is the co-operation between the library associations in the five Nordic countries. At the moment this network directs its efforts towards the copyright situation in the area of digital documents and resources and has established a Digital Committee for that purpose.
Contact DLA director Mr. Michel Steen-Hansen, firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
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